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Allah's Apostle said: Islam is based on (the following) five (principles): 1. To testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and Muhammad is Allah's Apostle; 2. To offer the (compulsory congregational) prayers dutifully and perfectly; 3. To pay Zakat. (i.e. obligatory charity); 4. To perform Hajj. (i.e. Pilgrimage to Mecca); 5. To observe fast during the month of Ramadan.
Sahih Bukhari 002 : 007 : Narrated By Ibn 'Umar



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Since the day of its inauguration, the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland has abode by teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in its invitation to Allah. Allah said: "Invite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching, and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious" (16:125).

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Dawah department contact details are as follows:
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Tel: 01 - 208 0000

Community Welfare

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The Community Welfare office is responsible for facilitating workshops and conferences, plus exhibitions and fairs that benefit the Muslim community. The women’s department at the ICCI play a functional role in the daily administrative duties of the centre as well as addressing needs of the many women that come to the office.

Presently the women’s area hosts on a weekly basis;
- Four English religious study circles,
- Three Arabic religious study circles,
- Mother & toddler group meeting
- Three various levels of English classes for women and
- Arabic class for women. 

These are set programmes, all other programs will be advertised accordingly.

Coming Soon

For further information on Community or Women's Activities, please contact Sr. Amilah at: 01 208 0000

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ICCI ground is the host for number of schools; the Muslim National School Clonskeagh, established by the Islamic Foundation of Ireland under which patronage it remains to this day as well as Nur ul-Huda Qur'anic School and Libyan weekend school. ICCI also provides classes for Arabic Leaving Certificate and adults wishing to learn Arabic.

Nur ul Huda Qur’anic School

For many years, the Muslim community in Ireland had wanted a specialized school in teaching Qur’an. For that reason, the Nur ul Huda Qur’anic School was established with the first course commencing at the end of 1999, attended by 30 students. In 2000, the programme and the curriculum were set and in September 2000, the first academic year began with 50 students in attendance.


The numbers of students and classes increased remarkably and in 2002 the following branches were opened: (a) Holy Rosary School in Firhouse, attended by 50 students and (b) Castleknock Community School, attended by 100 students.


In addition to Qur’an, Arabic and Hadith are also being thought at the school, with more than 45 courses on Tajweed, Arabic and teaching methodologies.  The school also held over 30 educational and recreational camps for various age groups.


Contact details:
19 Roebuck Road, Clonskeagh,
Dublin 14, Ireland​
Tel: +353 1 208 0007
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10:00 am - 4:30 pm


2:00 pm - 7:30 pm


9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Muslim National School Clonskeagh (MNS Clonskeagh)

The ICCI hosts the Muslim National School. This is a state-funded primary school which was established by the Islamic Foundation of Ireland and follows Irish primary school curriculum.  


The school has an Islamic ethos with pupils being taught the Qur’an, Arabic and Religious Studies.  The pupils enjoy a variety of sports, among them Gaelic football, Olympic handball, cricket and rounders. Fourth class are coached in chess and fifth and sixth classes have benefitted greatly from Cycling Safety Training.


Contact details:
19 Roebuck Road, Clonskeagh,
Dublin 14
Tel.: +353 1 296 1340
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Libyan School

The Libyan School is also hosted in the ICCI grounds and it follows the Libyan Curriculum, which is accepted throughout the Arabic-speaking world.  The school is open every weekend from 10:00am to 2:00pm for a full Libyan academic year and caters for children from 1st Class to Junior Certificate Level.


Contact details:
19 Roebuck Road, Clonskeagh,
Dublin 14, Ireland​
Tel: +353 1 208 0000
Mob: +353 86 337 5729
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10:00 am - 2:45 pm

ICCI Youth

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Since 2002, the ICCI Youth Department has been active in order to provide Muslim youth with the opportunity to enjoy themselves responsibly, contributing towards Irish society while promoting Islam as a way of life.

Current activities for boys are:

  • Weekly Youth Club program “The Cave” for boys 14 – 17 years – every Friday 4:30 – 7:00pm    
  • Weekly Youth Club program “As-Salam” for boys 10 – 13 years – every Saturday 2:00 - 5:00pm    
  • Football training of “Clonskeagh United” football team for boys 7-9years – every Friday 5-7pm
  • School Holidays Camps        
  • One day’s Irish heritage trips              
  • Sports and competitions         
  • Swimming - Open Swim & Swimming Lessons
  • Different projects and activities throughout the year

The Girls Youth activities are now undergoing reorganization and once the activities resume, this section will be updated accordingly. 

Should you have any queries regarding the Girls Youth activities, you can email the Youth Coordinator, Brother Zahri Dormushev

You can email the Youth Coordinator, Brother Zahri Dormushev at: Enable JavaScript to view protected content. or telephone 01-2080000 (extension 133)


Range of services offered


Groups and individuals are very welcome to visit the Islamic Cultural Centre and learn more about the Religion of Islam.


The ICCI provides translation services of birth certificates, marriage certificates and academic documents.


The ICCI facilitates marriage services according to the Islamic teachings in addition to marriage counseling service.


The Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland facilitates the removal and washing and shrouding of deceased Muslims.  


The shop consists of a halal butcher and grocers, selling a wide selection of the mid-eastern, Balkan and oriental specialties.


The self-service restaurant serves Arabic and Pakistani cuisine and is open to the general public.


Flowers Childcare offers a safe, nurturing environment where your child will get the attention and care that he or she needs.


The ICCI has two main venues available for the use of the community: the Multipurpose Hall and the Seminar Room.

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